LMAI brand owners’ event at New Delhi and conference at Kochi

Sponsorship from 28 companies for conference at Kochi

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LMAI 2019 in Mumbai
LMAI 2019 in Mumbai

The third edition of LMAI brand owners’ event, titled ‘Future Next; Brand Owners’ Perspective of Label,’ will be held on 29 June 2019 at The Park in New Delhi. Speakers at the event include names like Pavankumar Chougule, associate director at Dr. Reddy’s, Santanu Chowdhary, associate director of Sun Pharma, Naveen Stuart, packaging development manager of Reckitt Benckiser, Tamal Ghosh, deputy general manager of Dabur, Soumyanath Mishra, global head – Packaging and Development, Mankind Research Centre, and Somnath Chatterjee, general manager – Procurement and Barun Bannerjee, head packaging development at Nestle.

Registrations are also open for the forthcoming LMAI conference, themed ‘Future Next’ and scheduled to be held at Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kochi from 25-28 July 2019. Non-members may apply for membership and thereafter register for the event. LMAI has sponsorship from 28 companies for the event. Avery Dennison is the platinum sponsor, SMI Coated Products and Pulisi Intergraphic are diamond sponsors while Gallus, Vinsak India, HP India, Domino Printech India and Macdermid are gold sponsors. There are 13 silver sponsors, namely JN Arora, Numex Blocks, Apex Asia, Flint Group, Multitec Aids, Loparex India, Inter Films India, FIG, Insight Print Communications, Baldwin Vision, GEW, Reifenhauser India and Rotomec India. There are seven bronze sponsors, which include Weldon Celloplast, Shandilya Sons, Cosmo Films, IEEC Power Electronics, Linttec India, Acme Rolltech and Huber Group India.

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